HLF site visit
Friday 2nd August 2013
MORE/WIDER
RANGE OF
AUDIENCES
DOING MORE,
SUSTAINABLY
LEARNING
PARTICIPATING
CONSERVING
DIGITAL
ENGAGEMENT
EXHIBITIONS &
E...
1. Make it easier for
everyone, whatever their
level of knowledge, to learn
from and engage with the
collections in ways t...
80:20
Learning
742,057
37%
Participation
475,585
24%
Conservation
648,140
33%
Project
management, mark
eting, evaluation
1...
Current
audience
Potential
audiences
and scope of
engagement! To enhance the
knowledge and
nurture the soul
A great way to...
Resource
Discovery
and
Conservation
Exploration space
Activity
Activity
Audience
development
Adult &
Community
Learning
Exploration &
Group Spaces
Online Activity
Marketing &
comms
Reso...
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Individual researchers
Audiences for events & other
programming
Remote direct users
R...
Heritage collections at
risk
Heritage collections
safeguarded for
future learning and
participation
Environment: passive
m...
Better
accommodation
more efficiently
laid out
Increase core staff
capacity by 33%
Increased morale
& excitement
New
devel...
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
Current Round 1 proposal A Round 1 proposal B Round 2 proposal
m2
Comparative
Gro...
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Round 1
Average refurbishment
Round 2
£ per m2
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Delivery
2013-2017
Audiences’
desires for
heritage
collections
Maximum use of
infrastruc...
• Message from Professor Tim Thornton, Project Sponsor
Tour of facilities
• The new Centre
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  • Overview of proposed projectA bit about our development project over the last 10/11 months: thank you for your contribution to the development funding
  • Overview of project – how does it support HLF’s aims & what will we actually doLasting difference for people & for heritage collectionsPartners range from very small very local groups to bodies with national/international profile
  • Our agreed project aims mapped against HLF’s priorities
  • This is the budget breakdown – [general refurbishment costs shared among all areas but specialist building stuff attributed to appropriate areas eg. mobile racking = conservation; AV/multimedia = learning]
  • Gaps in the market – we can fill particular needs that we understand, thanks to stage 1 development processActivity Plan details how more people & a wider range of people will engageHow they’ll learn and develop skillsIn some cases how they’ll volunteer expertise, passion & timeWork done on interpretation plans - applies to all exhibitions, learning resources, talks, digital engagement strategies and so on. Details how we’ll provoke and explore experiences, feelings and actions: quality of interaction with heritage beyond “that’s interesting”So what are the heritage collections??
  • Infrastructure – low levels collections information & physical environment severely limit capacity & effectiveness: running to stand still with current audiencesOur Activity Plan outlines the numbers – current capacity & future plans. Conservative projections, especially for “remote indirect users” – those who stumble across material from the heritage collections in places we don’t “own” eg. social media pinterest, via our partners. Our digital engagement framework beings to evaluate this: very new thing for archives (museums a bit further ahead, but only the nationals really)
  • Journey from our round 1 application can be seen clearly here: development process for activity plan & collections management & maintenance plan reveal much better quality information about our audiences and about the heritage collections & their future growth. Comparative GIAs superficially very different BUTConfident that appropriate and sustainable facilities to support and achieve our aspirations for audiences and for collections. Consolidation of facility onto 1 level at round 2 – other requirements changed as University’s wider campus development plans (see with your own eyes...) (currently: 3 floors, 9 storage locations; round 1 proposals were 2 floors; round 2 proposal single floor)
  • As part of the development project we’ve obviously been able to undertake a lot of work on the costsRound 1 application significantly undercosted - £535 per m2 unrealisticSince submitting round 1 application: ARA research average £1,500 m/2 for refurb (£2,500 for new build) – so good value for money.Our round 2 application £1,159 m/2 – includes costs of exhibition facilities incl. as well as traditional exhibition cases high level of top quality multimedia & AV facilities demanded by the collections & audiences. [heard the music earlier on]Consider this offers good value for money[Accommodation designed to last at least 20 years in line with PD5454 standard – p/a cost £54,000 (in all probability much longer, average 50 years reducing p/a cost to £21,600)]
  • 2013 08-02 site visit actual

    1. 1. HLF site visit Friday 2nd August 2013
    2. 2. MORE/WIDER RANGE OF AUDIENCES DOING MORE, SUSTAINABLY LEARNING PARTICIPATING CONSERVING DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS ON & OFF SITE VOLUNTEERS / PARTNERS HERITAGE COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT PHYSICAL FACILITIES 4 YEAR WELL-PLANNED & WELL-MANAGED PROJECT EFFECTIVE & COMMITTED PARTNERSHIPS
    3. 3. 1. Make it easier for everyone, whatever their level of knowledge, to learn from and engage with the collections in ways that suit them as individuals, families or groups. 2. Be a truly interactive service where heritage collections become a catalyst for creativity and are a living archive, offering a lively interface between our audiences and the academic community. 4. Make radical improvements in the conservation and management of the heritage collections so that they have a sustainable future. 3. Create exciting, enticing and flexible multi - functional physical and digital facilities for learning and engagement. LEARN / PEOPLE CONSERVE / HERITAGE PARTICIPATE / COMMUNITIES
    4. 4. 80:20 Learning 742,057 37% Participation 475,585 24% Conservation 648,140 33% Project management, mark eting, evaluation 115,525 6%
    5. 5. Current audience Potential audiences and scope of engagement! To enhance the knowledge and nurture the soul A great way to engage others Inspire in work and life Wow can I see some shirts? I feel encouraged to use the collections already You’ve mentioned a lot of things i would have looked at if I’d known they were there
    6. 6. Resource Discovery and Conservation Exploration space Activity
    7. 7. Activity Audience development Adult & Community Learning Exploration & Group Spaces Online Activity Marketing & comms Resource Discovery Schools Activity University Links ParticipationVol unteers Events
    8. 8. •{text or graphics}
    9. 9. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 Individual researchers Audiences for events & other programming Remote direct users Remote indirect users Projection during 4 years project 2013/4 - 2016/7 Total last 4 years 2010/1-2012/3 During project 362% p/a Post project 532% p/a
    10. 10. Heritage collections at risk Heritage collections safeguarded for future learning and participation Environment: passive measures Boxing: passive measures Individual conservation treatments Increase staff resources plus volunteer capacity
    11. 11. Better accommodation more efficiently laid out Increase core staff capacity by 33% Increased morale & excitement New developments....
    12. 12. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 Current Round 1 proposal A Round 1 proposal B Round 2 proposal m2 Comparative Gross Internal Areas Individual users Groups Collections Staff/volunteers
    13. 13. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 Round 1 Average refurbishment Round 2 £ per m2
    14. 14. {Title} • {text or graphics here} Delivery 2013-2017 Audiences’ desires for heritage collections Maximum use of infrastructure and resources Effective project delivery Transformed opportunities for people to learn and participate Heritage safeguarded National standards Wider heritage strategies
    15. 15. • Message from Professor Tim Thornton, Project Sponsor Tour of facilities • The new Centre

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